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Image from page 59 of “Boone County Recorder” (1922)
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Identifier: Boone_County_Recorder_Vol_48_1922
Title: Boone County Recorder
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Boone County Recorder
Subjects: Boone County, Kentucky newspapers
Publisher: Boone County Recorder
Contributing Library: Boone County Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS members and Sloan Foundation

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Long Distance Phone S. 1855 and S. 185k.Establlah** 1803. HEATING SYSTEMSCALORIC – GOTTSCHALK Pipeless Furnaces, Pipe Furnaces, Hot Water, Steam and Vapor. —WB RBPAIK— ^VFURNACES AND ROOFS/^o The Gottschalk Furnace & Roofing Co. (Inooporated) COVINGTON, KY. SS3II

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TERMS OF SALE. All sums of .00 and under, cash ; on all sums over that amounta credit of six months will be given, purchaser to give bankablenote. 4 per cent discount for cash. S. W. AYLOR.J. M. EDDINS, Auct. W. K. SOUTHER, Clerk. Sale to begin at 12 OClock. § 1 31* VULCANIZING. Automobile tubes and tires repaired by the latestprocess. Bring me your old tires and I may beable to get several miles more service for you out of them. Auto Accessories kept in stock.Qoodrldge and Goodyear Tires. GEORGE PORTER, BURLINGTON, KY. 1 I I §m % HARRY ROBINSON, DEAD. Harry Robinson, died at the Cen-tral State Hospital last week. Mr.Robinson had been in feeble healthfor a number of years. He formerlyresided just east of Florence, andwas one of the oldest residents ofthat part of the county. His remain3were shipped to Walton, where theywere received by C. Scott Chambers,who had charge of the funeralrangements. IT MAKES RED BLOOD. Does your boy like to play ball?Is your girl fond of basket ball? D

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Image from page 843 of “Atlanta City Directory” (1922)
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Title: Atlanta City Directory
Year: 1922 (1920s)
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Publisher: Atlanta City Directory Company
Contributing Library: Emory University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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Victrolas .00 TO 5.00EASY TERMS IF DESIRED Records Most CompleteStock in Atlanta PHILLIPSand GREWPiano Co. 181 Peachtree St. Knox & Maier Co. Tin, Slate and TileRoofing Retinning Ice Cream and Milk Cans Ventilators Metal Ceilings ConcreteRoofing Tile Sky-lightsCornices,Jobbing,Repairing 573-581MARIETTA ST. Phone Ivy 5726 IF IT COMES FROM A DRUG STORE, YOULL FIND IT AT PROGRESSIVE DRUGGISTS MUNNS Broad Street at Walton Phone Ivy One-Three Moten Amy (c) dom hl8 Carter Emma (c) dom h249 Little Geo (c) baker rl20 Larkin Nona M (c) waitress rl20 Larkin Hobt (c> driver hl20 Larkin Willie (c) cook h4y DanielMotes Jno (e) draymn hl4 Irene av Milligan A (Dora) uphlsr h724 Chest-nut Robt elk r2(> Whitehall ter Roy (Nancy) pntr h395 WhitehallMothershed Alice dom il30 Bell Helen Mrs sten Fulton Loan & Disc Co r30 Orange Julia (c> hlO Shelton al Mary (c) hl30 Bell Richd (c) pntr hl2 Shelton al Richd (Helen) tel opr r30 OrangeMotley Lela (c) cook h421 Chapel Ruth B r75 W Nort

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Image from page 46 of “Highland Echo 1915-1925” (1915)
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Identifier: Highland_Echo_1915-1925
Title: Highland Echo 1915-1925
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Maryville College student body
Subjects: Maryville College
Publisher: Maryville, TN : Maryville College
Contributing Library: Maryville College
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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ation. Opposite Hotel Atkin.KNOXVILLE, rENNi:SSEE MDUKE Merchant Tailor and Dry Cleaner. Cleanerof all kinds of Wearing Apparel and Tapes-tries. Repairing and Dyeing. Work calledKITHCART BLDG. — ^ot-and delivered. Both phones 94. MARYVILLE. TENNESSEE DREAMLAND TEEATRE Most centrally located. Building newly remodled.Modernly designed. Well ventilated. DailyFumigated. New upholstered chairs.New electric piano modernly equipped. Change of Program Daily GIRLS AMD BOYS You can find everything to wear at B. F. YOUNGS We believe in College Men, and cater to theirevery need Ellis-Chandler Co. Complete Outfitters for Men Everything Ready-to-Wear for Men, Ladiesand Children. GOODS CAFE The only first class popular restaurant in Knoxville. J. H. NEWMAN INSURANCE KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE Dividends apportioned and payable policy holders during 1915 ,656,585.74Equal to 27% of the total premiums received on both partici-pating and non-participating business. J ARE YOU ATTENDINGTHE MEETINGS? Highland

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NO HIGHLANDECHO NEXT WEEK Vol. 1. Maryville, Tennessee, Wednesday, February 9, 19IB No. 12 THETAS GIVE THEIRANNUAL ENTER-TAINMENT SCENES FROM AMERICANLIFE DRAMATIZED Crowded House Sees Interest-ing Program c I The Theta Epsilon Literary societygave its annual midwinter entertain-ment Friday evening, Feb. 4. Thework was almost entirely original,and reflected credit on the membersvii the committee which planned it. The programs, a map of the Unit-ed States in blue and silver, were afitting introduction ^o the eveningsperformance in which typical scenesfrom the four sections of our coun-try were depicted. A little girl fromMars, having been dropped onto theearth by a star, meets Columbia, whothru the magic wave of her hand,calls up an Indian girl and shows thelittle visitor primitive America. TheIndian sings, vanishes, the wandwaves again, and a girl of today,with her ideals and achievements, ap-pears. She is typical of the changedposition of woman due to our mod-ern civilization, but th

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